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Kerry's Threats (Must Read!)
News Central (c/o Sinclair Broadcasting) ^ | Nov 1, 2004 | Mark Hyman

Posted on 11/01/2004 4:47:55 PM PST by Angry Republican

"I think they're going to regret doing this, and they better hope we don't win."

That threat came from a Kerry campaign official just days ago. It should send a chill up the spines of the (more than) half of America John Kerry doesn't like.

This is my open letter reply to the Massachusetts Senator.

Senator, you can threaten all you want. Those of us who stand on principle won't back down. You want to divide the country and threaten those you don't like? Well, let's pick sides.

You can have all the trial lawyers. I'll side with America's servicemen and women. The ACLU it's yours. I support our cops and firefighters.

Hollywood liberals: keep 'em. I'll take America's farmers - the people who live in what you call fly-over country. While you believe the likes of Dan, Peter, Ted, Katie and their crowd, I trust the word of American POWs.

To one million small business owners you say, "raise their taxes." I say, let them flourish so they can create even more jobs and grow our economy.

You propose to control healthcare costs by getting the federal government involved as if the government has a track record in cutting costs. I say end the frivolous lawsuits so that doctors aren't paying $300,000 a year in insurance premiums.

You say you're anti-war. So am I. But I hate the idea of America under attack even more. You lecture that we should build an international coalition and get a UN resolution authorizing war before we commit American troops. We did that. In the first Gulf War. In '91. You were one of a few in Congress who voted against it. You don't even follow your own advice.

You say the wealthiest should pay more in taxes. Why not start with your own wife? Two weeks ago and six months late, she paid a 12.3 rate nearly two percentage points higher than the rate your wife paid. They say charity begins at home. Maybe tax pledges should begin at home, as well.

You may become President-elect tomorrow night ("hope not!"). But your dividing of America is nothing to be proud of. Your threats don't bother me, but your lack of character does. You can't buy character with the family millions. You don't earn it in a campaign commercial or get it from a clever election slogan. Character is something that is earned by one's acts and deeds. Your dividing and then threatening the Americans you don't like says a lot about your lack of character.

Senator, you know where to find me.


TOPICS: Editorial; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: openletter; skerry; threats
Even though Mr. Hyman and Sinclair backed off on showing "Stolen Honor," I for one am proud of Mr. Hyman for this editorial. As far as I'm concerned: "Bring It On, sKerry!!!"
1 posted on 11/01/2004 4:47:56 PM PST by Angry Republican
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To: Angry Republican

Did anyone listen to Michael Medved today ... he was playing a clip from Tom Outlaw's (Brokaw) interview with sKerry. He asked the senator if he thought the election would be decided in the courts. sKerry answered no, saying he had a "1,000 lawyers" out there to make sure. WTF???


2 posted on 11/01/2004 4:50:47 PM PST by mrplind (The greatest threat to the United States is not "terrorism," it's "liberalism!")
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To: Angry Republican

So well said. And recall what Elizabeth Edwards said about the riots after the election.."not if we win".
What a slob!


3 posted on 11/01/2004 4:51:26 PM PST by fabriclady
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To: Angry Republican

so sinclair gets brave again.....big deal...a little late Mark


4 posted on 11/01/2004 4:51:42 PM PST by kingattax
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To: Angry Republican

Nice letter, but the fact is, Mr. Hyman backed down. It worked.


5 posted on 11/01/2004 4:52:07 PM PST by jennyjenny
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To: Angry Republican

In the Revolutionary War the estimates I've seen were that one third of 'Americans' opposed it, one third were apathetic, and one third supported it. Sounds like today except the one third that doesn't care is the 50% who don't vote. If Kerry wins, it's war (without shooting).


6 posted on 11/01/2004 4:52:44 PM PST by ml1954
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To: Angry Republican

My prayers are in the LORD'S hands.
the despot and the MSM will rot if the Lord want's it.
GODSPEED!


7 posted on 11/01/2004 4:54:11 PM PST by alpha-8-25-02 (SAVED BY GRACE AND GRACE ALONE)
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To: Angry Republican
Just stopped by to say, I never, ever read "must read" posts.

That is all.

8 posted on 11/01/2004 4:55:05 PM PST by don-o (Stop Freeploading. Do the right thing and become a Monthly Donor.)
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To: Angry Republican
Civil War!! Right vs Wrong (Left)
9 posted on 11/01/2004 5:01:35 PM PST by Bushbacker1 (Former ARNG and son of WWII B-29 POW)
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To: jennyjenny

Kerry is like bin Laden. He looks to divide and conquer.
Osama bin Laden hopes we will all back down and elect the
weak wonder Kerry, because he knows we can never pass the
"global test" if Kerry is in power. President Bush the
elder put together the dream coalition when Saddam Hussein
(the Hitler of the Middle East) invaded another country,
he had the "globe" on board. He passed the "global test",
or did he? Kerry voted AGAINST the war to remove Hussein
from the other country before he took over another and
another and another. Kerry is the Neville Chamberlain of
his day, always on the wrong side of history. Now he is on
the side of OBL; his endorser of the moment.


10 posted on 11/01/2004 5:05:42 PM PST by Twinkie
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To: Angry Republican

Powerful letter!


11 posted on 11/01/2004 5:10:48 PM PST by SheLion ( Rove knew that sKerry was a man that stood for nothing and therefore would fall for anything.)
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To: Angry Republican

Kerry better hope he doesnt win...

Even if some miracle of cheating beyond belief wins Kerry the white house
He will be impeached

The Swift Boat Veterans arent going to quit just because Kerry defrauded America and got himself in power

On the contrary the effort will be redoubled and more will find out the truth and more will join
them...

There are a lot of veterans out here....and veteran's families and friends....

Kerry's betrayal of America and its POWs and MIAs and their families will find him out...his lies will find him out..

Did anyone thing that because Kerry might get himself elected that movies like Stolen Valor and Unfit for Command were going away?

Perish that thought...this will only be the beginning...


Even if Kerry does not get elected we owe it to the dead at Kerry's hands our loved ones and our S E Asian friends and allies all those harmed by John F Kerry traitor...need to be held up to America that Americans see what John F Kerry and the media heads like Cronkite did to our veterans and their families..


12 posted on 11/01/2004 5:58:47 PM PST by joesnuffy (America needs a 'Big Dog' on her porch not a easily frightened, whining, French,"Surrender Poodle"..)
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To: Angry Republican

Big talk, but Sinclair did weasel.


13 posted on 11/01/2004 6:12:19 PM PST by ozzymandus
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To: joesnuffy
You wrote: Even if Kerry does not get elected we owe it to the dead at Kerry's hands our loved ones and our S E Asian friends and allies all those harmed by John F Kerry traitor...need to be held up to America that Americans see what John F Kerry and the media heads like Cronkite did to our veterans and their families..

YES. A thousand times YES. My brother came back from Viet Nam and won't talk about it unless he's had too much to drink. He was in 'supply' so he didn't see the front lines, but he saw enough and what he saw has scarred his soul. And HE, the ultimate Democrat, is voting Bush solely because of what Kerry said before Congress and how it made things in Viet Nam worse.

Kerry is a Traitor. He doesn't deserve to be in the Senate. He doesn't really deserve to live in the USofA. His rich wife can take him to France and he can renounce his US Citizenship and never be allowed back into the Country as far as I'm concerned. Didn't Benedict Arnold end up in Canada or was it England after his traitorous acts?
14 posted on 11/01/2004 6:20:29 PM PST by HighlyOpinionated (Islam, the cult of hate, the teacher of terrorists, reaching to a moon god instead of the Son of G*d)
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To: joesnuffy

Even if some miracle of cheating beyond belief wins Kerry the white house He will be impeached......

And if, when that time comes we the conservatives and Republicans better be ready to raise mortal hell, march and scream so Mother Liberty can hear us. May all democrats shiver in horror from our screams, swords and our truth that will send them straight to hell! Remember 9-11! I am ready to roll!

Bullfrog


15 posted on 11/01/2004 7:30:59 PM PST by Bullfrogg
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To: mrplind
I heard it - and I think he said 10,000 lawyers.
16 posted on 11/01/2004 7:38:40 PM PST by DaughterOfAnIwoJimaVet (Praying for President Bush and VP Cheney. Praying for the Favre family.)
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